England's Euro 2020 qualifying group has been announced
It's coming home...
No, this time it genuinely is, in one sense at least, as the European Championships will be staged around multiple nations for the first time ever. The final will be held at Wembley Stadium.
England will be hoping to take advantage of this home advantage and use continued wave of optimism that has swept across fans of the national team since the World Cup to fire themselves to European glory. Or, at least go one better than the Iceland debacle in 2016 and reach the semi-finals.
The draw for Euro 2020 qualifying groups took place this morning in Dublin, and England were drawn Group A from Pot 1.
Joining them in Group A are: Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Montenegro and Kosovo.
— England (@England) December 2, 2018
England are of course huge favourites to top the group, but will first be focussing on the UEFA Nations League finals that will take place in June 2019.
You can see the draw in full in the tweet below.
— UEFA EURO 2020 (@EURO2020) December 2, 2018